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Global property markets are now in “full-scale bloom”, according to the latest data, with house prices climbing around the world in the first quarter of 2013.
Luxury property in Asia has had a “steady start” to 2013, according to Jones Lang LaSalle, with prices continuing to rise in the first quarter of the year.
Jakarta is the top prime property hotspot in the world, according to Knight Frank’s latest research. The Prime Global Cities Index saw the Indonesian Capital’s prime real estate prices rocket by 38.1 per cent in the first quarter of 2013, closely followed by Florida’s Miami, where prices surged by 21.1 per cent.
Property prices in Bali are 'rocketing' at the moment, and with foreign buyers jumping on the bandwagon trying to snap up bargains, the country's infrastructure is choking under the strain.
Global property investment could top $1 trillion this year, according to Cushman & Wakefield. The firm’s latest International Investment Atlas reports that the global property investment market saw a “modest” 6 per cent rise in activity over the court of 2012, with volumes up to US$929billion.
BuyAssociation, the award-winning property media expert, has teamed up with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) to produce an online video guide to buying property abroad.
Sterling has continued its slow start to 2013 with sentiment on the British pound still low.
A new report by Jones Lang reveals that investors are already responding to shifting economic conditions by funnelling more capital into commercial real estate, particularly in the Asia Pacific region. In fact, the firm estimates that the direct commercial real estate transactional market will exceed US$1 trillion per annum by 2030, compared with 2012 volumes of nearly US$450 billion.
Report shows commercial real estate direct investment volume will more than double to US$1 trillion by 2030; Asia Pacific region leads investment growth since crisis.
Almost 20,000 people are stranded in shelters despite receding floods in Indonesia's capital Jakarta that turned streets into rivers. Sarah Sheffer reports.